Neonatal lung disease

Neonatal lung disease is most common in premature babies preferably before the 3rd trimester because of lack of surfactant produced cause problem in expanding of lungs. Some of the lung disease that affects the neonatal is bronchopulmonary dysplasia, Childhood interstitial lung disease, Meconium aspiration syndrome, and pneumonia. Surfactant replacement therapy is used in infants to cure respiratory distress syndrome. Lung diseases are most common in the neonates. Patent ductus arteriosus is the major cause for toxicity and death in premature babies. Respiratory syncytial virus is most common viral lung infection in both infants and premature infants. Wide knowledge on pathophysiology of lung disease and better understanding allowed developing more effective safe therapies for active and chronic disease. Pneumonia is the major cause of death in children in the developing countries.


  • Pulmonary hyperplasia
  • Pulmonary interstitial emphysema
  • Infant respiratory distress syndrome
  • Gene mutation
  • Chest radiography

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